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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Adjustment




1. Pull out the key from the ignition switch, or turn the ignition switch to OFF.

2. Close all the windows.

3. Close all the doors and rear gate. Leave open the front hood.

4. Press the LOCK button of the keyless transmitter or access key from outside of vehicle.

5. Check that the security indicator light blinks twice within 0.5 seconds in 2 second cycles after 30 seconds.

6. Hit all windows with the palm with force repeatedly, to check for whether the security alarm operates. Lift up the front hood approx. 12 cm (4.7 in) or more, and then drop it off to check the operation of security alarm.

7. If NG, adjust the impact sensitivity.


1. Adjust the impact sensitivity.

(1) Connect the Subaru Select Monitor.


For detailed operation procedures, refer to “Application help”.

(2) Turn the ignition switch to ON.

(3) On «Start» display, select «Diagnosis».

(4) On «Vehicle selection» display, input the target vehicle information and select «Confirmed».

(5) On «Main Menu» display, select «Each System».

(6) On «Select System» display, select «Impact Sensor» and then «Enter».

(7) On «Select Function» display, select «Work Support».

(8) From the work support item list, select «Sensitivity Adjustment Mode».

(9) Perform the sensitivity adjustment.

Sensitivity can be adjusted in 11 levels (0 to 10).

Initial setting is 5.

Smaller number means more sensitive.

Larger number means less sensitive.

(10) Turn the ignition switch to OFF, and then remove the Subaru Select Monitor.


Set the sensor so that it is not triggered by normal vibrations (someone reclining on the door, hit by a ball, etc.).

Set the sensor to operate the alarm when the windshield glass or door is hit hard repeatedly, etc, where it can be assumed that there is an attempt to damage the car by a burglar, etc.

Even if there is no burglary attempt, if there is vibration (road construction, elevated parking lots, passage of trains or boarding of ferries), the alarm can be triggered. Because of this, ask the customer about their parking conditions, and set an appropriate sensitivity level after discussion.

If the sensitivity setting was not performed properly, a buzzer will sound four times. In this case, check that there is no error in CAN communication.

Impact sensor

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